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Cosentino’s Dwell on Design Booth Features Daniel Germani

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New Dekton colors were front and center at Dwell on Design Los Angeles this year, thanks to the inspiration of architect and designer Daniel Germani, principal of Daniel Germani Designs. Daniel is an ongoing partner of the brand and has used his expertise in furniture design to create multiple innovative pieces using Dekton. Some of his works include his Contrast table and Chaos Console as well as design elements used in our KBIS 2016 booth.


The booth design at DODLA focused on Dekton’s flexibility from a design and format perspective by utilizing the material in diverse applications ranging from bespoke furniture pieces to flooring. “Curve,” a custom-made bar constructed from antique brass powder coated steel and Dekton XGloss Halo, as well as matching barstools, served as the booth’s center point. Adding further interest to attendees, was the unique geometric flooring pattern designed using large-format tiles from Dekton’s tile offering. Germani used Dekton tiles from the Domoos, Keon and Blanc Concrete colorways, in 28” x 28” and 28” x 56” sizes, as well as custom sizes for the border, to create an intricate pattern that breaks up the visual uniformity of the booth layout.

curve table 2


“Dwell on Design is an important industry show and we are excited to showcase our new color offerings and applications for Dekton throughout our booth,” said Lorenzo Marquez, VP of Marketing for Cosentino North America. “It is important for us to show the versatility of our product and its flexibility to be applied as a large format flooring tile to a custom design product, as seen through Daniel’s furniture designs.”

For more innovative Dekton designs follow along on Twitter and Instagram with #DektonUnlimited.

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